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Ian Eppler plays quizbowl for [[Brown]]. He is a member of [[PACE]] and an operator in the [[Quizbowl IRC channel]].  
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Ian Eppler plays quizbowl for [[Brown]]. He was a member of [[PACE]] from 2009 and served as At-Large board member from 2010 until his resignation in July 2011.
  
 
==College==
 
==College==
Ian played in a few college tournaments while he was still in high school.
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Ian played in a few college tournaments while he was still in high school. Along with [[Guy Tabachnick]] and [[Ben Cohen]], he won the [[2010 ICT|2010 Division II ICT]]. Ian and Ben also placed second in Division II at [[2010 ACF Nationals]]. With [[Guy Tabachnick]], [[Ben Cohen]], and [[Daniel Klein]], he placed 3rd in Division I at the [[2011 ICT]].
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==High School==
 
==High School==
 
During his high school career at [[Georgetown Day School]], Ian was a three-time [[NAQT]] [[HSNCT]] all-star, from 2007 to 2009, an [[NSC]] All-Star in 2009, and the winner of numerous individual scoring awards at regular-season events. He (usually) led the [[2009 Georgetown Day]] team in scoring en route to a 3rd place finish at the [[2009 NSC]] and a 5th place finish at the [[2009 HSNCT]].
 
During his high school career at [[Georgetown Day School]], Ian was a three-time [[NAQT]] [[HSNCT]] all-star, from 2007 to 2009, an [[NSC]] All-Star in 2009, and the winner of numerous individual scoring awards at regular-season events. He (usually) led the [[2009 Georgetown Day]] team in scoring en route to a 3rd place finish at the [[2009 NSC]] and a 5th place finish at the [[2009 HSNCT]].
  
 
==Writing and Editing==
 
==Writing and Editing==
Ian co-edited the [[No Name Tournament]],  run during the fall of 2008. He was a writer for [[HSAPQ]], and contributed to the [[EFT|2009 Brown Early Fall Tournament]] and the [[2010 Georgetown Day Tournament]].
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Ian co-edited the [[No Name Tournament]],  run during the fall of 2008. He was a writer for [[HSAPQ]], and contributed to [[EFT]] 4 and 5, as well as the 2010 [[Georgetown Day|Ben Cooper Memorial Tournament]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:58, 24 July 2019

Ian Eppler
Eppler1.jpg
Noted Subjects:
General, the civil rights movement
Current Collegiate Team Brown (2009-Present)
High School Team Georgetown Day School (2006-2009)
Stats n/a


Ian Eppler plays quizbowl for Brown. He was a member of PACE from 2009 and served as At-Large board member from 2010 until his resignation in July 2011.

College

Ian played in a few college tournaments while he was still in high school. Along with Guy Tabachnick and Ben Cohen, he won the 2010 Division II ICT. Ian and Ben also placed second in Division II at 2010 ACF Nationals. With Guy Tabachnick, Ben Cohen, and Daniel Klein, he placed 3rd in Division I at the 2011 ICT.

High School

During his high school career at Georgetown Day School, Ian was a three-time NAQT HSNCT all-star, from 2007 to 2009, an NSC All-Star in 2009, and the winner of numerous individual scoring awards at regular-season events. He (usually) led the 2009 Georgetown Day team in scoring en route to a 3rd place finish at the 2009 NSC and a 5th place finish at the 2009 HSNCT.

Writing and Editing

Ian co-edited the No Name Tournament, run during the fall of 2008. He was a writer for HSAPQ, and contributed to EFT 4 and 5, as well as the 2010 Ben Cooper Memorial Tournament